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Come and visit us in Hobart for a brewery tour or relaxing drink and a bite to eat in the Cascade Visitor Centre.
The tour time is 1 hour 15 mins and allow half an hour for tastings of our famous Cascade beverages which are included in the tour price. Tours are conducted by guides several times per day, 7 days a week. Tours include the chance to see some of Australia's best loved premium beers brewed in the historic brewery and a walk through the famous Woodstock gardens.
Children under 16 are not able to tour the brewery.
Discover the rugged beauty and convict history of Australia\'s island state of Tasmania.
Sea kayaking is the perfect way to reach Tasmania\'s pristine rugged coastline, temperate rain forests, islands, beautiful white sand beaches, viewing wildlife, and retracing the convict history of Tasmania and Australia.
Blackaby\'s sea kayaking tours range from sea kayaking on the Hobart waterfront with fish and chips or pizza, paddling around the historic ruins of Port Arthur, B & B sea kayaking tours on the Tasman Peninsula, and 7-day Gordon River Wilderness Expeditions.
Vist the cadbury Chocolate Factory, a comprehensive talk by our qualified presenters on how chocolate is made and the history of Cadbury and a short film showing the production in the factory.
Check out the Cadbury souvenir shop, the Cadbury chocolate shop and the Cadbury cafe plus there\'s a chocolate gift for each visitor.
Open daily for farm tours, meals and accommodation, Curringa Farm is located at Hamilton in Central Tasmania. Personalized day tour attractions offer groups and Self Drivers a unique view of an authentic Tasmanian farm. See working farm dogs, sheep shearing and environmentally friendly farming practices. Curringa Farm is only one hour from Hobart on the main highway to the west coast and close to Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls. Curringa Farm is eco Certified and covers 750 acres / 300 hectares. There are 3000 sheep, crops of poppies, cabbages and cereals. There is an intensive conservation program on the farm where visitors can learn about native plants, animals and their habitat requirements. The licensed centre caters for up to 100 people for lunches and teas. Open 364 days. Enjoy scotch fillet steak, cooked on the wood fired barbecue, hot new potatoes and salads in season, home made desserts, cakes and real coffee. Tasmanian wines, lanoline cosmetics and woolen products are available for purchase. Bookings are essential. Guests can relax overnight in one of three fully self contained Bed and Breakfast cabins with beautiful views. Your hosts, Tim and Jane Parsons are sixth generation Tasmanian farmers. Join them for an unforgettable visit to Curringa Farm, an excellent ecotourism experience.
The Tasmanian Cricket Museum, at Hobart's Bellerive Oval, showcases Tasmania's cricketing history. Bellerive is 10 minutes' drive east of the Hobart city centre, on the eastern shore of the Derwent River. At the Tasmanian Cricket Museum you can discover Tasmania's rich cricket heritage from settlement to the present day. The museum features a collection of artefacts and memorabilia coupled with innovative displays, video and state-of-the-art interactive technology. You can also take a tour of Tasmania's world class cricket facilities at Bellerive Oval to see how a modern sporting venue operates. See the Oval from Richie's Room, sit in the television studio high above the Southern Stand and inspect the players' rooms and members' facilities. You'll also see Bellerive's indoor practice wicket with its bowling and video equipment. Your tour includes entry to the Tasmanian Cricket Museum. Bookings are essential. Scholars of the game will enjoy a visit to the Max Atwell Memorial Library at Bellerive Oval. Located adjacent to the Museum, the library features a collection of thousands of cricketing books and is open Tuesday to Thursday from 10am until 3pm, Friday from 10am until 12 noon and during Pura and ING Cup games.